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WELCOME TO CONNETQUOT HIGH SCHOOL 

190 Seventh Street
Bohemia, NY 11716-1331
Principal: Michael A. Moran
631-244-2228, ext. 1010
mmoran@ccsdli.org



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Originally dedicated in 1963, today Connetquot High School serves a population of more than 2,000 students from the communities of Bohemia, Sayville, Oakdale, and Ronkonkoma. A comprehensive high school dedicated to superior outcomes for all students, Connetquot High School affords its students a diverse course offering providing a wide variety of educational opportunities in the arts, humanities, math, science, and technology. The majority of Connetquot High School students graduate with regents diplomas and approximately ninety percent of graduates go on to higher education.



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Connetquot High School Leaders Forge Connection

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Connetquot High School held its first Connections Day for middle school leaders from Oakdale-Bohemia and Ronkonkoma middle schools. The program, in its first year of inception by Assistant Principal Lauren Neckin, tapped into the power of upperclassmen to create a nurturing environment for incoming eighth grade students. On hand were members of the high school administration, guidance counselors and social workers to speak with the middle school guests about the overall high school experience.

During the program, the eighth grade leaders learned about the transition to high school, the course selection process, extracurriculars and the importance of getting involved, social and academic pressures, relationships, the digital footprint. During smaller group sessions, the students enjoyed team building activities and took a tour of the high school. The eighth grade leaders were then able to take this newly acquired information to middle school peers.

Director of Health, Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation Peter Melore advised the students to not to become obsessed with college. “Put yourself out there and have some fun here. Don’t miss the enjoyment of being in high school,” he said.

Date Added: 1/24/2023

AP Programming class uses drone technology

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Mr. Bachisin’s Advanced Programming class at Connetquot High School has been learning how to use coding to fly indoor drones. Part of the challenge for each group was to have their drone manipulate obstacles around the classroom then successfully land on their landing pad.

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Date Added: 12/26/2022

 

Learning to Use Python

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December is Let it Code Month and students in the Connetquot Central School District are honing their coding skills with special lessons throughout the month. Students in Mr. Woods’ Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles class at Connetquot High School honed their programming skills with Python. 

Date Added: 12/23/2022

Students Honored During Connetquot Board of Education Meeting

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During the Dec. 13 Connetquot Board of Education meeting, students received honors for special accomplishments achieved during the summer and the current semester of the 2022-2023 school year. 

Four eighth grade students were honored for making a perfect score when taking their first New York State Regents Exams, including them as members in the Superintendent’s 100 Club. Tessa Dolinger, Nadia Radi and Chase Reilly made a 100% on their Common Core Algebra 1 Regents Exams, while Declan Doran made a 100% on the Physical Setting/Earth Science Regents Exam. 

Science Research students were also honored for provisionally discovering an asteroid that makes a marginally close approach in orbit to Earth, using the Pan-STARRS telescope located on Haleakala (Maui). The students will have to wait until a couple of orbits have been completed to confirm that it is actually a new object. The research students are Zohayr Adnan, Alex Biondi, James Domozych, Amelia Gobetz, Severino Roderick and Lacy Stich. 

Several Connetquot High School students completed a summer internship program with local businesses as part of a school to work program. Director of Business and Social Studies Robert Cassagne said the program is a way for students to learn to be professionals and to find ways to succeed in the business world. Students honored included: Carrie Euceda-Luna, Megan McDougall and Amber Rogers-Wakefield who worked with supervisor Sandy Leon-Hoitsma of Leon Early Childcare Center; Kaylee Diaz who worked with supervisor Therese Panetta-Young of Panetta Physical Therapy, Isabella Kaspiev who worked with Edward Kotak Jr. of The Quintessential Experience; Ayaan Shaikh who worked with supervisor Madalyn Moeller of Clear Vision Optical; and Tyler Tripi who worked with Chris Coluccio of Techworks Consulting, Inc. 

The Connetquot Central School District congratulates these students on their outstanding accomplishments. 

Date Added: 12/21/2022

Connetquot High School Hosts Winter Spectacular

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The Connetquot High School track was alight with scenes reflecting the spirit of the holidays as the student government held its third annual Winter Spectacular on Dec. 9. Student and faculty volunteers worked diligently Friday afternoon to set up the beloved light show for the Connetquot community to drive through as soon as the sun set. 

Each class was responsible for creating a holiday scene, which included Christmas trees, a sleigh and reindeer, a nutcracker, a lit tunnel and more. The marching band punctuated the spirit of the season with the playing of holiday music while dressed in Santa hats and glowing light necklaces. As the cars exited the track, traditional holiday characters thanked participants with greetings for the holidays.

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Date Added: 12/13/2022

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